Hidden Nevada

     Places to Visit off the Beaten Path





Pioche, Nevada
>>Old West Towns
When travelers and vacationers think of Nevada, usually bustling Las Vegas and Reno are the places that come to mind. But "The Silver State" is much more than that. Nevada is the seventh largest state by area in the U.S. and is full of varying landscapes, from snow-capped mountains to historic desert towns dating from the days of shootouts and Wild West outlaws. Nevada has many natural wonders including waterfalls, dinosaur fossils, ghost towns and more. The best way to see Nevada is to stop in many of the small towns. You may just be sursprised finding places you didn't know exist. How about the town of Puckerbrush? Located in Pershing County slightly north of Mill City, Puckerbrush is so small that it's neither on the map nor has any Census information. According to the sign, it has a population of 28 and boasts a travel center/truck stop. If you happen to be in the neighborhood, stop by, fill up your car, grab a snack, and then go to Mill City or Imlay. But at least you can say you were in Puckerbrush. Look over some of these favorites and book a room for your next adventure!
Hot Air Balloon Races
>>Balloon Races




Beautiful Deserts
>>Desert Beauty
Ward Charcoal Ovens Park
>>Charcoal Ovens Park
Goodsprings Saloon
>>Hollywood History





Paradise Ranch Castle in Ausin, Nevada
>>Unique Lodging
Ichthyosaur Fossil
>>Incredible Dinosaur Fossils
Skiing at  Spring Mountains
>>Skiing at Las Vegas?






Virginia City Camel Races
>>Camel Races
Mizpah Hotel Lobby
The Myth of Area 51
>>Mysterious Area 51





Autumn in Reno
>>Autumn Colors
Savage Mansion in Virginia City
>>Virginia City

Caliente, Nevada
>>Caliente and More







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